KNOXVILLE (MCT) – More than 68,000 fans clad in orange, packed the lower bowl and the shaded parts of Neyland Stadium on Saturday for the annual Tennessee Orange and White Game to see what Volunteers have for the 2014 season.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – The day after the Tennessee men's basketball team was bounced from the NCAA tournament, Vols coach Cuonzo Martin and his assistants assured members of their 2014 signing class they are not leaving Knoxville.
KNOXVILLE – An expanded schedule is expected to bring biscuit art, Southern food writers and Food Network talent into the mix May 15-18 at the International Biscuit Festival, a celebration of that most perfect of foods – the biscuit.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – University of Tennessee trustees are set to consider a new campus speaker policy Wednesday, six months after a federal appeals court ruled existing regulations were unconstitutionally vague.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – A decline in abortion rates because there are fewer unintended pregnancies "is what we all want to see," said Corinne Rovetti, co-director of Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – The gun that fell from the folds of outlaw Bonnie Parker's skirt in a funeral home after lawmen gunned her down along with Clyde Barrow was sold for $85,000 during an auction Saturday at Case Auctions and Antiques.
The Tennessee Valley Authority met a record-breaking winter demand for electricity Friday morning with an estimated 33,345 megawatts when the average temperature across the region hovered at 7 degrees.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – Look for Knox County teachers to speak out on school system policies, Superintendent Jim McIntyre and other issues Monday at Knox County Commission's next meeting, according to Commissioner Tony Norman.
KNOXVILLE (MCT) – State Sen. Stacey Campfield says a young woman who had been working in his re-election campaign wrote $900 in checks to herself on his campaign account and apparently stole about $400 in cash and some miscellaneous items from his home.
(MCT) – A 50-year-old Oliver Springs area man was arrested Wednesday morning after he allegedly fired gunshots at his renters and then held law enforcement officers at bay during an eight-hour standoff.
(MCT) – The Tennessee Valley Authority outlined plans Wednesday to cuts its staff this year as the federal utility continues to trim expenses in response to lower electricity sales and plans to close more TVA coal plants.